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How to apply for Race Across the World – application process for BBC show explained-Rebecca Sayce and Josie Copson-Entertainment – Metro

Think you could reach the finish line?

How to apply for Race Across the World – application process for BBC show explained-Rebecca Sayce and Josie Copson-Entertainment – Metro

Think you could make it across the world with limited resources? Now is your chance (Picture: BBC/Studio Lambert/Pete Dadds)

If while watching the Race Across the World’s high-stakes final, you found yourself thinking: “I could do that” then you should seriously consider a future series.

The devilishly difficult BBC show sees teams of two go head-to-head on a tight budget with limited information to reach a destination on the other side of the world before any of the other competing teams.

To make things more difficult, the pairs are not allowed to use planes, smartphones, or the internet to navigate their way there or translate any languages.

Series four saw five pairs of contestants in an epic 15,000-kilometre race across several countries in Eastern Asia.

Race Across the World has taken audiences by storm – with some reckoning, they could easily traverse the globe and take away the top prize of £20,000.

Fancy your chances on the show? Find out how to apply below.

How do you apply for Race Across the World?

Good news for those who love the show – BBC are looking for a mixture of people to apply, whether you’re a seasoned traveller or a total novice, they just want to hear what undertaking a trip like this would mean to you.

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The bad news is that you’ve just missed the boat (now you know how the contestants feel during missed connection), as applications closed on May 12. However, it’s very likely they will reopen at some point whether for series five or future editions as the show seems to only be getting more successful.

Those interested should regularly check the BBC website, so you’re one of the first to know when they’re on the lookout again.

The show requires teams of two people, both ‘team members’, to take part. Both team members must complete their respective application forms before either will be considered for the show.

You must first register to receive an application form, which requires you to submit your name, date of birth, region, and occupation.

You also need to include your email address and contact details for your team member.

Who can apply for Race Across the World?

Before you can submit your application, there are a few eligibility requirements you must meet.

You must meet certain criteria to take part in the show (Picture: Studio Lambert)

To be in with a chance to star in Race Across the World:

You must be applying as a team of two and each team member must be over 18 years old at the time of applying for the programme

You must be legally resident in the UK

You must be available to take part in the programme for up to eight weeks

You must hold a valid passport, if selected, and have the right to and be able to travel to all locations specified

You are not employed or engaged and have not been previously employed or engaged by us, any company within the All3media Group and/or the BBC and you are not an immediate relative of or live with an employee of or worker for us, any company within the All3media Group and/or BBC

Race Across The World is available to watch on BBC iPlayer.

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